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Drug Court conference to be held in Tunica Wednesday

Posted 5/18/2013 in State

 

 

Brown nominated for district judgeship

Posted 5/17/2013 in State

 

 

Miss. to hire superintendent of education

Posted 5/17/2013 in State

Mississippi could choose its new state superintendent of education by October. The state Board of Education agreed in a Thursday discussion to take applications for the post from early June through early September, with plans to interview finalists in late September and reach a contract with a new leader by October.

 

 

Southaven mayor accused of duplicate billing

Posted 5/14/2013 in State

 

 

Analysis: Bryant's Medicaid remarks change tone

Posted 5/13/2013 in State

 

 

Civil War letters going home to Ole Miss

Posted 5/11/2013 in State

 

 

Miss. governor says he could run Medicaid

Posted 5/9/2013 in State

 

 

Family demands answers in mayoral candidate's murder

Posted 5/9/2013 in State

 

 

Miss. submits proposal for drone test site

Posted 5/9/2013 in State

 

Miss. Supreme Court blocks execution

Posted 5/7/2013 in State

The Mississippi Supreme Court has blocked the execution of Willie Jerome Manning, which had been scheduled for Tuesday evening.

 

Mississippi prepares new push on education

Posted 5/7/2013 in State

 

 

Suit filed to preserve evidence in death row case

Posted 5/6/2013 in State

An advocacy group and the brother of an inmate scheduled for execution Tuesday have filed a lawsuit to preserve evidence in the case for additional testing, whether the man is put to death or not.

 

 

School secretary among three charged in kidnapping

Posted 5/6/2013 in State

 

 

Attorney General: Test wouldn't exonerate Manning

Posted 5/4/2013 in State

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says a new round of DNA testing on evidence collected against death row inmate Willie Jerome Manning would not exonerate him in the 1992 deaths of two students.

 

 

Autopsy: Man admits killing gay Miss. candidate

Posted 5/4/2013 in State

An autopsy report says a man admitted to killing a Mississippi mayoral candidate in February and that the victim died from lack of oxygen, but it doesn't give an exact reason for the death beyond calling it a homicide.

 

 

Poison-letters suspect faces detention hearing

Posted 5/2/2013 in State

The first time James Everett Dutshcke's name came up in court regarding ricin-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama and others, he wasn't the man charged in the case. And it was a defense lawyer for the first man to fall under suspicion, not the government, pointing the finger at Dutschke.

 

 

Atheist group sues Rankin schools over prayer event

Posted 5/2/2013 in State

A Mississippi high school forced students to attend on-campus programs where fellow students urged them to turn to Jesus for hope and eternal life, according to an atheist group that has sued.

 

 

Tests link deadly ricin to Obama letter suspect

Posted 5/1/2013 in State

 

 

Lawyer: Former ricin suspect's home is unlivable

Posted 4/30/2013 in State

Attorneys for a Mississippi man who was briefly charged with sending ricin-laced letters to the president and others are encouraged after speaking with the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's office about repairing or replacing the man's house after an intensive search left it uninhabitable.

 

 

Noose hung at mayoral candidate's office

Posted 4/30/2013 in State

 

 

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